These fresh-from-the-oven triangles–pre-brushed with olive oil and herbs–have a warm and crunchy warm snap that you just can’t get from a store bought bag.
This batter of regular- and raisin-bran cereals, flour and buttermilk will make three-dozen muffins. Keep some on hand in the refrigerator so you can always have hot raisin-bran muffins in just the few minutes it takes to bake them.
Start with a white cake mix, and add sour cream and almond flavoring to make a quick, moist cake that’s ready for your decorating touches.
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My mother learned how to make this while we lived in Nashville many years ago, and it is now a family favorite. Good old-fashioned sausage gravy. It’s her most requested recipe from family and friends alike. Serve over biscuits or toast.
Chopped corn tortillas are cooked into this chicken soup along with garlic, onions, cumin and chili powder.
Brussels sprouts are pan-fried in seasoned butter flavored with brown sugar, curry, and jerk seasoning in this Caribbean-inspired take on a favorite winter vegetable.
My mom would make this recipe with the zucchini and tomatoes that would flourish in our garden. It’s my favorite casserole.
Here’s the secret recipe for a chili that has won more than 12 chili contests. It’s a steak and bean chili with (sshhh!) cocoa powder and cola, among other things. There’s bacon grease, but no bacon.
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